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>> rose: welcome to the program. we bin this evening with tom friedman, the "new york times" columnist in just back from china. >> can china have its own green? can there be a china dream that's different from the american dream? because if the china dream is the same as the american dream-- a big house in the suburbs and a big car-- they're going to burn up, choke up, heat up, and smoke up the planet far faster than al gore predicts. >> rose: we conclude with prince turki al-faisal, former head of saudi intelligence, ambassador to the united states and other countries >> a throughou these 80 some years that we have had our kingdom, everybody keeps talking about an uncertain future for the kingdom and because of the sagacity of the people of saudi arabia and the good will of the leadership and the government we have survived pretty well so far we have many problems to face, including syria. many challenges internal among the ung pele and how the go about the courses of development not just economically but socially and politically and the role of women, etc. all of these are
the conclusion of tom friedman's column on april 22nd of this past year in which he expressed great concern that i certainly share about the health of our political system. he began by asking what some leaders found no doubt inflammatory, quote, does america need and arabs spring. his answer is basically yes, quote, we can't be great as long as we remain a of the talks with the rather than a democracy. our deformed political system with a congress that has become a form for legalized bribery is truly holding us back. ave talk receipt allows what some would regard special interest to prevent the passage of legislation both supported by majorities of the electorate and in fact perhaps conducive to some coherent notion of the national interest. i began my prior book, where the constitution goes wrong and how we the people can correct it by detailing my reasons for refusing to sign the squirrel at the national constitution center in philadelphia that invites visitors to emulate those delegates who did sign the constitution instead of the three great holdouts who did not. i might interpolate tha
the books of milton friedman, i believe the most important books written on american capitalism certainly in the last 50 years, 60 years and i think it's terrific that you've brought the book back to reintroduce to folks and congressman ryan studied at your knee metaphorically this book. it's exciting to have romney embrace ryan. i think this represents a turning point for american policy and that we can't depend on spurring demands to impel growth. that growth is a product of entrepreneurial activity and any policies that don't foster creativity destroy demand. >> lou: and a lot of people are probably surprised to hear you talking like that because there's this idea that this is a world of spurious resources, that they're all finite, everything about us is predictive and should be predictable and there are those, as you know, by the legions and many believe the leader of that legion is a guy by the name of president obama. >> and john holdren, the famine sweeping the world by the year 2000. >> and thumb suckers, he mention their names, thomas friedman over the new york time, compartmenti
on foreign relations is in new york. martin indyk of brookings, and tom friedman of the "new york times" are with us here in the studio. richard haass, i'm going to go to you about what martin indyk was talking about, this problem between israel and the united states over iran and what do we do about it? the prime minister is saying the united states ought to publicly draw a red line and tell iran you cannot go beyond this point in your nuclear weapons development. where do you see-- what do you see happening on this front? >> well, that's an approach i think that probably can't work, simply because the iranians may be doing things already that we don't know about. and i think it's legitimate to say, even if they don't cross the nuclear weapons threshold, if they get 90% of the way there, that's not a very comforting outcome. so let me suggest a different approach, bob. instead of red linees, let me suggest deadlines. what we ought to do is going to the iranians with a diplomatic offer and make clear what it is they have to stop doing-- all the enrichment material they have to get rid o
times" columnist tom friedman. plus we'll talk to the chief washington correspondent of the "times" david sanger. "time" magazine deputy international editor bobby ghosh. and cbs news political director, john dickerson. this is "face the nation" upon captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. with >> good morning again. and here is the latest news from overnight. four american military people have been killed in an attack in southern afghanistan. this happened when at least one afghan police officer opened fire on them at a checkpoint. the state department has ordered all nonessential u.s. embassy personnel to leave tunisia and sudan, and protests against americans continue in at least 20 countries. we're going to start this morning with libya and the latest on tuesday's attack. we spoke a little earlier this morning with the president of libya's national congress, mohamed magariaf. how many people have now been arrested, mr. president? >> oh, i think the number has reached about 50. >> schieffer: about 50 people have been arreste
, along withs milton friedman, i believe themt mosthe important books written i american capitalism, certainly in the last 50 or 60 years -- i just think it's terrific that you bought the -- that youromner brought this book forward andyak congressman ryan study forward through your book. >> it is exciting to have met romney embraced paul ryan. this represents a turning point for american policy. and also recognition that we can't depend on demands to in entrep togo. cre the growth is the product ofat entrepreneurial creativity. lou: a lot of people -- a lot of people are surprised to hear he talking about. us is predictive and should be predictable. there are those, as you know, by the legions, and people believe that the leader of that legion is a guy by the name of president obama -- >> and john holdron. the original zero sum game, scarce resources, father and fad mother -- famine sweeping the world by 2000. lou: what i call "thumb suckers," and i won't mention names, well, friedman at the "new york times" because everything is compartmentalized in his mind so we shrivel up and pr
.s. conservatives, people like come friedman from "the new york times" he says global trade is a good thing. you say global trade is not a good thing. why is global trade a bad thing? i know adam smith is up out there and have been frowning on you right now tell us, why why defend global trade is a bad thing? >> guest: adam smith is probably not frowning as much as somebody like tom friedman. if you really read adam smith, which we have. we get e-mails from time to time. if you have read the wealth of nations you would understand the relevance. he thought everything would be kept in check by competition. he had no way of envisioning the kinds of multinational corporations we have now. but we say free trade, political trade is fine. it's excellent and it's a wonderful idea but we say the way we have practiced it in this country is what is off kilter. the problem is we have opened our doors but other countries have not opened their doors and the suspension of many of our main trading partners both in europe and in asia and particularly japan and then you have the new player on the block, china was not
on to say this was endorsed by milton friedman has a hero of mine also of course walter cronkite who is a hero in a lot of of the reza and george shultz like you said former secretary of state. you get those folks together on anything and it's pretty impressive. spinach you have another book out and this is a new one to read what is this one? >> voters handbook. they're really are resolutions to these problems and honestly i wrote this without having any intention nor thought of being involved in another political campaign that it talks about health care and education and the failed policy of capital punishment which regardless of your philosophy isn't working. getting into responsible criminal-justice issues and the rehabilitation and i recommend we go on the metric system to start running for vice president with gary johnson. it's amazing because from a different perspective he's come out with of the same analysis i have on these issues like education. today the time that you are wearing you chose how much to spend, where to go. like all other goods that's how we get reasonable goo
. in fact you can go on to say this was endorsed by milt friedman a hero of mine. also of course walter cronkite was a real hero in a lot of other ways and george shultz, like you say, former secretary of state for ronald reagan. you get those folks together agreeing on anything, it's pretty impressive. >> host: you have another book out. what is this one? >> guest: voters handbook. effectors solutions to america's problems and/or resolutions to problems anonymously about this without having any intention or thought of being involved in another political campaign, but he talks about health care, education, fill policy in death of capital punishment, which regardless of your philosophy is overcame. getting into criminal justice issues in replication. even recommend econometric system, which is certainly something else. i'm running for vice president with governor gary johnson. it's amazing because from a totally different perspective has come out to pretty much the same analysis i have on all of these important issues like education. today, the tiger wearing and i like it, by the way. yo
, david and julie nixon eisenhower, tom friedman, those would be some of the guests featured at the national book festival this year. join us on book tv on c-span2. >> what i want to do and what i have been doing is it for your investigation for bbc television on five continents. i don't know if they're is a sixth. i guess. of that 1 percent. i want you to know the names. when he to meet their trophy wives. i want to know the movers and shakers who are moving and shaking as. you're going to be timid, and your going to meet the people that they have moved unshaken because we don't -- it's not about wall street. we occupy for stan lee and mattingly. stan lee and mattingly is in india in oklahoma who lives in the drolen. on a property like much of the indian reservation. those go up and down, the metal horses pull up will. and they have a contract. go around a track. the truck would come in and pull 20 barrels of for stripper well and marked down 16 and go to her neighbors. what? the difference is called overage . or theft. kind of a couple beryl's here, couple barrels there. a
times" columnist tom friedman. presidential historian doris kearns goodwin. and the former ceo of hewlett-packard, now working to get more republicans elected to the senate this fall, carly fiorina. >> good sunday morning. democrats staged their convention in charlotte, starting on tuesday. but the president is on the campaign trail this weekend, and he fired up his attack lines against the republicans, calling the gop convention nothing more than a tv rerun, joking that you might as well have watched on quote black and white tv. >> when governor romney had his chance to let you in on his secret trust, he didn't offer you a single new idea. it was just the same old policies that have been sticking it to the middle class for years. >> let's turn now to the man who served as the president's chief of staff until october of 2010, he's now, of course, the mayor of chicago, and he joins me live from the windy city this morning before he heads to charlotte on tuesday. mayor rahm emanuel. mayor, welcome back. >> thank you, david. >> as we assess mitt romney's performance coming out of
washington alumni. >> andrew k friedman, a graduate of the colombian college. >> a time of reflection and gratitude. ♪ y home sweet home >> earlier in the day, the president placed a wreath where the plane smashed into the pentagon. >> he was there on that day, the deadurvivors and from the rubble. >> it changed me as an also america. >> 9/11 should not be a day of hate or division. be a day for a stable world, a stronger nation, and a evere more united than before. >> president obama also visited arlington national cemetery, killed in the afghanistan and iraq. >> in addition to all of these festivities, the nation the attack that our nation course of and the world. >> john roberts crews. >> at ground zero, the families of those killed read the names of loved ones. in years past all local and national politicians took part the readings. also in new york, moments of silence were held at the exact the planes went into the tigers -- into the towers. in shanksville, the vice president spoke. he took part in a wreath-laying those on flight 93. those passengers fought back t hijackers bef
.com/booktv.thin >> thomas friedman andi thin tran-sevens were ink somerset. mr. michael mandelbaum, when yos hear the term americaned exceptionalism, what you think? >> we write about the ways that we are exceptional, but we also make it clear thatceptionasm is exceptionalism is not antlement. entitlement. it has to be earned. degr it's not like an honorary degrep that you keep forever like adaya batting average. you have to keep it up everywe a day, and one of the themes of the book is that we are not keeping it up. to do to statof work maintain our exceptional status. >> tom friedman come you have been around for a long time. in the current campaign, we are hearing a lot of nostalgia about president reagan and tip o'neilk were best of friends and would always work things out and what again.l distri it is now at the atomic level things to ugo mounts. media >> a republican here and a now democrat there, a much more glarized congress. we have media it allows me to get news from a website thatse,y reflects my own interest. that we don't ever have to meetg people who disagree with us. of course, money involv
and the democrats head down to charlotte. joining us, nbc's tom brokaw. historian doris kearns goodwin. tom friedman of "the new york times." newt gingrich and the former head of hewlett-packard carly fiorina. our roundtable is coming up. we know why we're here. to chart a greener path in the air and in our factories. ♪ to find cleaner, more efficient ways to power flight. ♪ and harness our technology for new energy solutions. [ female announcer ] around the globe, the people of boeing are working together, to build a better tomorrow. that's why we're here. ♪ the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ >>> coming up here, did clint eastwood overshadow an otherwise successful effort to reshape the race [ chirps ]
tom friedman in "the new york times" who say global trade is not a good thing. why is global trade of that name? i know adam smith is up frowning on you. the tele- spiky inc. global trade is not a good thing. >> guest: he's not frowning as much as maybe tom friedman. we actually get from time to time -- actually smith was very full of corporate power and he thought he would we competition. he had no way of seeing the types of multinational corporations we have now but it overridden them. free trade, global trade, fine. it's a wonderful idea. but we say that we would crack is that in this country is what is offkilter. the problem is we have opened our doors and other countries have not opened their doors. this has been true of many trading partners, particularly japan. but at the nuclear trade not only opening its doors to certain products, to subsidize to provide all sorts incentives to their company, government funded companies that make it impossible to compete with those companies on a normal, economic playing field. >> host: listening to you and say the problem is japan, china,
that it should matters how many group for but it should be the policy ideas but the milton friedman said how many of you refused to see a doctor it is the expertise that matters. [applause] john: the republicans say you could do that the democrats say there are so many big dams government passed to the big to halt. >> they are empathizing to say we have the programs, food stamps, welfare so it is a safety net to. john: thank god for the safety net. john: reheard republicans want to hurt people. >> then there is medicare. instead of safeguarding the scene years romney/ryan want to take away the promise of medicare turning into a voucher program. >> is just plain wrong. john: the chattering political class say that will not win the election. >> the republicans say the same thing. medicare is not going anywhere. the romney rights plan will not kick in. not for another 10 years. medicare's dry been the bankruptcy. it needs to be blown up. we need to recognize old this not mean pour we are systematically robbing young workers of this seed capital goal to base their life in retirement to give it to old
? and it was a high-school and it was the late herbert friedman who had a list of 10 things every community should have and nancy was sharing with me the other day how a blessed memory. herbert medical cost issues taking and she looked up a list and set you know we don't have a high school there should be it jewish community high school and then she set about trying to make it happen and it did in the 12 years old just a baby. >>> what that classes'? what that fellowship this greta it's been around publicly it 15 years maybe 20 offended by it wexner and was a program that gave various communities around the country the ability for intensive immersion jewish steady and landing you had to be nominated and go through rigorous interview process and my guess is it was about connecting the life people in every committee to also take the teachings and to give back to the community in no way that was vital and important to the community. >>> in lead of her to the leadership involved in the creation of the jewish high- school of the bay >>> it totally speaks to jewish education why it's so important. >>
guys, we have an update on gabe friedman's story. we've been following his story all week. remember in this video, he thought a meter maid was giving him a ticket even though he time on the meter. but the city said, actually you did run out of time. somebody put a dime in. he said, i didn't put it in. well, the man who dropped the dime came forward. >> if this is the only show you watch, this is the story of the century. >> he didn't want to show his face but talked to nbc 4 in l.a. >> maybe the parking ticket maid would say,aybe itidn't expire. 30 seconds, gave him a ticket. >> drop add dime in. >> it proves there are good people out there. people willing to take a little extra time, do something nice. except this just didn't work i. can't think that the meter guy would be seen as the villain and i can't see that gabe wants to be the villain. >> now everybody wants gabe to take him to lunch. >> is the dime dropper giving you money, to continue covering the story on "right this minute"? >> i feel like we're doing an ad. >>> who didn't love the hit show "the west wing"? ♪ >> hey --
. the vanderhorst say they have videotape to prove he wasn't and plan to sue. avery friedman, civil rights attorney and law professor joining us from pittsburgh, hello good to see. >> hi, fredricka. >> and richard herman, defense attorney and law professor in las vegas. you never stand still. we have to keep up with you. >> movin' and groovin'. >> that's right. do the vanderhorsts have a case? avery, you first, they say they were denied access, it was the pilot's discretion or eyewitness account with theirs. can they go forward with a legal suit? should they? >> i think they will and i think they should if the video establishes what went on. what do you expect the pilot to say, he was perfectly fine? of course they're going to say he was unruly but they wouldn't even let him on the plane. the irony of this, fredricka, is american airlines says you know what? he wasn't good enough to fly our plane, so we booked him on united. what the heck does that mean? if he's not good enough to fly on american, he's not good enough to fly anywhere, so booking him on a different airline makes absolutely no sense.
have something fun coming up for you. >> david friedman and i have written you a song all because of that beautiful letter you wrote us. >> thank you. >> and we have this very, very handsome michael park who is going to sing it for you. we'll be right back. >>> good morning. will we're tracking a few storms across the country. in fact, we're going to see quite a bit of severe weather right here. here's the danger zone. few scattered storms across the southeast. but stay tuned if you live in this region. keep on eye out for the dark skies late in the day. stay attuned to any severe weather warnings. 75 degrees in chicago, a big cold weather cooling us off. cool weather coming in is triggerering the severe weather we're expecting this afternoon. 84 degrees in new york city. enjoy it. it will get much cooler. if you're looking for the fall weath weather, it's coming. 79 in boston on saturday, and look at this weather, chicago at 73. louisville, 72, much cooler across the southern plains where you've been in the plains. dallas, 86 by saturday. still hot for the desert, southwest looki
from that debate. >>> coming up, michael bloomberg will be here, melody barnes, thomas friedman and grammy award winner carole king. >> wow! >> up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." >>> but first, here's nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer with a check on the forecast. >> this friday we have a couple clouds across the northeast. trouble spots back across the great lakes. just a few scattered showers in that area. we also have heavier thunderstorms falling down through southern missouri and into northern arkansas. we had severe weather there earlier this morning. those will fizzle out as they spread south and east. also heavy rain falling across southern florida. miami going to see rain and thunderstorms today. another inch or two of rain possible across southern florida. temperaturewise, we're cool up in boston but warmer down through new york city and washington, d.c., thanks to the clouds this morning, we're in the lower 60s. we will top out with highs today in the 70s. 75 degrees, just about perfect in new york city. the rest of the country should be
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friedman. so here we have a party coming together to talk about how they see the world and nominate a candidate. >> well, one of the things that struck me last night was that the stories, each of the speakers told about their immigrant experience, whether it was nickie hailey talking about the daughterf immigrant parents, it was others ann romney referring to her welsh... so you know there's a striking contrast between the kind of pride they take coming from immigrant families that started with nothing and built up significant wealth and achievements and the poverty position on immigration... party's position on immigration right now. >> rose: and the nominees during the primary. >> exactly. so there is a tension there, charlie, which they clearly haven't resolved. you know, the question what i felt last night was i found it a little flat myself and what i felt is that is that i have a stronger feeling that mitt romney's renting the republican party and they're kind of renting mitt romney. but kind of organic connection that you felt of, say, ronald reagan, or even a george h.w. bus
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